The Mac Software for iDVR-PRO CCTV DVRs now
supports remotely viewing HD security cameras at 1080p video resolution. Here’s the live
camera view in the software. This is a 16 channel DVR that we’re connected to, that
has 12 cameras connected to it. Cameras 1 through 5 are 1080p resolution security cameras.
Camera 6 is a 720p security camera and the rest are standard definition analog CCTV cameras.
I switch to the four screen view of cameras 1 through 4 so that we can focus on the quality
of the 1080p high definition cameras. When I switched to a single camera view, the
Mac software displays the video at the camera’s max resolution. I collapsed the side and bottom
windows in the software to maximize the size of the video. I can switch the live view to
the next camera by clicking on the single camera icon.
This is one of the cameras that monitors CCTV Camera Pros warehouse. This camera provides
HD video surveillance of our front door building entrance. I click on the 16 channel grid icon
to return to the 16 camera view. Then, I expand the side and bottom windows to bring them
into view again. In addition to standard definition CCTV camera, iDVR-PRO surveillance DVRs now
support 720p and 1080p high definition security cameras. The Mac DVR viewer software for iDVR-PRO
allows users to view all camera types. In addition to the live security camera viewing,
the Mac software also lets users search and playback video that has been recorded on the
DVRs hard drive. If you are using PTZ cameras, the Mac software can control the pan, tilt,
and zoom controls. The Mac software can be used on the same local area network where
the DVR is located and also remotely over the internet. For more information, please
visit www.iDVR-PRO.com. Thank you for watching.